The 1st International Conference on Emerging Trends in Computing, Communication and Control (ICETC3-2017) is planned to be internationally identifiably forum aimed to provide the platform for researchers, scientists, academia and specialists across the globe to disseminate and network on the current research field and latest technological developments with the renowned dignitaries in an impressive dynamic environment in an inter and intra-disciplinary perspective, and will be jointly organised by department of Computer Science & Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering of NSHM Knowledge Campus Durgapur Group of Institutions.
ICETC3-2017 will be a premier event for the presentation of technical advances and research results, evolving new concepts and research directions through exchange of valuable ideas and discussion. The conference will become a grand symposium of researchers, academia and industries and will host talks from the best of various domains of electronics, computing and control. The conference will include technical sessions, paper presentations, keynote addresses, invited talks by eminent scientist, distinguished faculties from India and abroad.
The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) and Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) are two vibrant departments of NSHM Faculty of Engineering and Technology which are having excellent placement records and constantly arrange Invited Lectures and seminars like this.
The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) was established in 2010. ECE deals with implementation of applications, principles and algorithms developed within many related fields like Basic electronics, solid-state physics, radio engineering, telecommunications, communication system, signal system, control systems, Digital signal processing, systems engineering, robotics and many others.
ECE has updated 14 laboratories with modern equipments. Vision of this department is to excel in education and research in Electronics & Communication. Mission of this Dept. is to educate the students with the state of art technologies to meet the growing challenges of the industry, carry out research through constant interaction with research organizations and industry and equip the students with strong foundations to enable them for continuing education. It offers both UG and PG Programme (M.TECH in ECE) which is AICTE approved and affiliated to MAKAUT (formerly known as WBUT).
The focus of the M.Tech degree programme in Electronics & Communication Engineering is on a thorough and in-depth study of Communication theory. The coursework has been designed with curriculum laying strong emphasis on designing both Analog and Digital Electronics, with in-depth analysis on the principles of MOSFET, BiPolar devices and their applications, advanced concepts and recent trends in the fields of Digital Signal Processing, ASIC, Low Power VLSI and with thorough knowledge on testing of Integrated Circuits. The students also undergo laboratory programmes on the design and implementation of DSP modules and fiber optic devices, besides devoting their entire final year to the project work.
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) is the systematic study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation and of practical techniques for their implementation and application in computer systems. Computer scientists invent algorithmic processes that create, describe and transform information and formulate suitable abstractions to model complex systems. CSE embodies the university’s tradition of excellence in engineering education. Apart from the regular courses, the department regularly conducts workshops, training programmes and conferences to provide best technical skills and software engineering ethics. It also promotes active industry-institute collaboration by identifying areas of interest.
The Department of CSE has a Industrial collaboration with Nokia HERE. The department organizes industrial and academic seminars and workshops regularly by eminent professionals and academicians.